For 20 years, the Spokane Jewish Film Festival has showcased international films that share Jewish life and culture with the Inland Northwest. We continue this year with a collection of new, recent, and classic films that offer fascinating glimpses into the diversity of the Jewish experience. Festival proceeds directly support the human services work of Jewish Family Services.
We’ll kick off this year’s milestone festival with an opening night gala on January 27th at the beautiful Montvale Event Center, complete with silent auction, catered reception, and exclusive screening of Remembering Gene Wilder. Other in-person screenings will be at our regular venue, Gonzaga University’s Jepson Center on January 28th, February 3rd and 4th and will have discussion panels, opportunities to speak with film makers and other exclusive programing. The online component of the festival will run January 28th-February 8th includes not only new and recent films but also a special retrospective that highlights some of the best films we’ve screened during the last two decades. Come and learn about Jewish life and culture through art, entertainment and a lovely night at the cinema. This year’s festival has something for everyone! For more information and to buy tickets, please visit the festival website at sjff2024.eventive.org.